The Mason Libraries Undergraduate Research Prize has been awarded to Jae Hoon Jeong for the paper “Enhancing Public Trust in the Accounting Profession in the United States: A Review of Literature.” In making this award, the selection committee noted about this paper, which was written for ENGH 302: Advanced Composition in the Fall 2022 semester, “The topic was timely, and the paper was well written and engaging. The committee was impressed by Jae Hoon Jeong’s use of a variety of scholarly sources for the literature review. It was evident that the applicant spent significant time researching, as Jae Hoon Jeong cited a variety of authors from multiple scholarly journals. We wish all the applicants success in their academic endeavors.”
In receiving this award, Jae Hoon stated, “I wanted to express my sincerest thanks for selecting me as the award recipient for the 2023 Undergraduate Student Research Prize. It is truly an honor to receive this recognition, and I am grateful for the support and resources provided by the library throughout my research process.
The library’s extensive collection of books, databases, and other resources, as well as the helpful assistance of the librarians, staff, and faculty, were invaluable in helping me to complete my research project. Without their support, I would not have been able to achieve the level of depth and analysis that my paper required.
Thank you again for this wonderful opportunity and for all that you do to support student research. I look forward to continuing to make use of the library’s resources and services throughout my academic career.”
A heartfelt thank you to the 2022-23 AY Selection Committee: Ashley Blinstrub, Student Success and Inclusion Librarian, Jennifer Disano, Executive Director, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Alyssa Fahringer, Digital Scholarship Consultant, Katara Hofmann, Peer Referral Coach Manager
Congratulations to Jae Hoon!
Anne C. Osterman, Interim Dean of Libraries and University Librarian